In a past life, where print was the only option available for our sales executives to sell, we did a pretty good job of measuring their performance. 590 more words
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I’ve been encouraged by the new digital tools we can offer our current print customers to further drive their success. These tools are equally important when we reach out to former and never prospects. 702 more words
Should journalism be fearful of Facebook? Or, indeed, any other platform which has been successful in attracting a large number of people and, crucially, a large proportion of their time spent online? 1,253 more words
I think they showed the relevance of regional print titles to readers, running alongside the live news services and engaging content provided by those titles’ digital operations. 1,118 more words
Should journalists be gagged by their editors from putting their views about Brexit on personal social media?
‘Some people’s idea of freedom of speech is that they are free to say what they like, but if anyone says anything back, that is an outrage…’ – Winston Churchill… 923 more words
One of the claims frequently made about newsrooms which are seeking to grow the number of people who read their websites is: “Oh, they’re just chasing clickbait now.” 1,274 more words